Best Consumer Feature, 2018 Caribbean Travel Media Awards

Pleased to have my writing recognised recently, winning the Caribbean Travel Media Awards 2018 Best Consumer Feature with my piece for Yachting Monthly.

I love the Caribbean, having first made landfall there in 2013 after a long sail via the Cape Verde islands. Antigua is a particular favourite, probably largely due to the plethora of brilliant places to eat when not sailing!

You can read the article Fall in love with Antigua in my portfolio section.

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